Everyday Clay

A mobile pottery studio that brings creative classes to you.
Gary Brun
Published on August 01, 2023


Founded by ceramics artist Amanda Reishi and operating out of her cosy home studio, Everyday Clay is about as laidback and chilled an art experience as you'll likely ever have. Amanda's philosophy is simple — uplift and inspire through the craft of pottery. 

Unlike many brick-and-mortar pottery spots in Melbourne, Everyday Clay operates as a mobile studio. You pick the location and number of people (up to about 60), and Amanda will bring everything to you. That makes Everyday Clay better for those who already have a group of people keen on creating — either for a hen's party or work gathering.

Everyday Clay pottery class in Melbourne

Classes include a one-day "Create Your Own Everyday Drink Set", where students will walk away with a delightful mug, saucer and spoon. A two-day handcrafting course will explore using hands to mould creative and one-of-a-kind pieces. There is also an online course and a "Clay and Me" workshop, where students are encouraged to express themselves with a piece that represents them. It could be a clay cat. It could be an ashtray. It's up to you.

There is also a focus on healing through clay — an art therapy program designed to facilitate healing, self-expression and creativity. Yes, art can be healing as well as pretty.

Everyday Clay pottery class in Melbourne


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